Author and photographer Frank Staub takes readers out into the wild to view and learn about wild horses as they roam in their natural habitat. The question-and-answer format provides information on everything from where wild horses live to how they care for their young, how wild horses came to be in America, and how they are being protected today. Beautiful color photographs throughout enhance the engaging text.
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Frank Staub is a freelance photographer and writer specializing in nature, foreign cultures, and adventure sports. His credits include more than 30 books for young readers on subjects ranging from manatees to mountain goats, from the Yucatan to the Yellowstone fires. His books have received several national awards.Review:
Sure to be loved by those who love horses. --San Jose Unified School District
Any young horse lover will be enthralled by this work from a talented author and photographer. --Association of Region XI School Libraries, October 1, 2007
It is an impressive overview and will satisfy young, serious horse-lovers . . . for mature preteens, this will be a fascinating book. The color photographs are very good and work perfectly with the text. --Children's Literature
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Book Description Enslow Publishers, Inc., 2008. Paperback. Book Condition: Brand New. 48 pages. 8.90x7.20x0.30 inches. In Stock. Bookseller Inventory # 0766032566